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    Default Cung Le to Serve a Dana White Type Role on The Ultimate Fighter: China

    http://www.mmaweekly.com/cung-le-to-...-fighter-china

    With news that The Ultimate Fighter: China will serve as the next international edition of the series, UFC president Dana White has revealed that UFC middleweight Cung Le will take his role on the show.

    While no timeline has been revealed for the show, White is unsure whether Cung Le will appear on any episodes, but he is there to remind the fighters why they are in the house and act as a mentor.

    Like all the previous seasons of the show, two fighters will coach the teams. The coaches have yet to be announced.

    “TUF China is happening,” White said. “(Cung Le) is going to be the ‘me’ in China. He’s there to remind everyone why they’re there and what’s going on. He was in the office two days ago and I walked him through everything with The Ultimate Fighter and he’s ready to go.”

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    lot less bleeps or cut outs needed for the show.lol.

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    Wow that is very good news. Anyway Dana's role in TUF is absolutely useless.
    He just gives some motivational talk at the beginning of the season, and before each fight he explains how the bout will be 2 rounds, and if there is a draw there will be a third one. That is everything he does there!
    Not only brazilians can do this stuff


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    I hate Dana's comments and speeches about fighting exciting fights and all that bullshit. They have a good amount of fights in a small amount of time, no shit some of them want to play it safe and take as little damage as possible, they have no time to recover from their fights, before they are fighting again. You can't expect guys, who are usually new to the big shows, to put on a performance every fight, with no training camps, in a completely different environment than they are used to preparing and living in.



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